Tag Archives: extended metaphor alert

Yo. Yao. (We hardly knew ya)

Dear Yao, I know it hurts right now. Once again, your feet, those feet that have giveth us fans so much, have taketh so much away. There will be time for condolences, time to burnish your off-the-court legacy once more, … Continue reading

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A Star(bury) is born in China

For those of you who don’t follow the byzantine world that is NBA hoops, Stephon Marbury used to be the poster child for how to be a professional athlete…and still manage to fuck it all up in the grisliest way … Continue reading

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Soul for thought

“Soul.” It’s a word that, because of its simple, understated, yet immense connotations, gets misappropriated often. “You’ve got an old soul” = your iPod has a lot of Hall and Oates songs. “The eyes are the window to your soul” … Continue reading

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Bong Joon-ho: laughing at genres

It seems critics are incapable of writing about Bong Joon-ho without talking about genres.  Sometimes he’s called a master of genres, other times he’s praised for reinventing them, mixing them, or transcending them.  Critics love to count them off: to … Continue reading

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It’s. On.

Hello, World. We are Culture Breach. Our mission statement, if you care to read it, is here. Our bios, if you care to examine them, are here. If you dig what you see, check back soon, as we rack up … Continue reading

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